La Coste. See Coste.
-, presents resolution for recall of long parliament to Lenthall, 20; signs notification to foreign ministers, 22.
-, at doors with troops and shuts out members unfriendly to army, 20; member of new council of state, 24.
-, emergence of spoils Fleetwood's ambitions, 22; member of new council of war, a device to thwart Fleetwood, 24.
-, question of raising to Protectorate, 45; may make bid for Protectorate, 63; suspicion of ambitions, 65, 68, 72.
-, sets out for Chester, 56, 67; Monk refuses to send regiments to, 57; counties awaiting issue of fight with Booth, 59.
-, victory at Winnington Bridge, enters Chester, 61; sets out to reduce other places, 62; takes Hawarden and Chirk, 64.
-, parliament votes jewel and 1,000l. for, 62; proposed to send to Tower, 74; parliament deprives of commission and orders arrest, 79.
-, pacifying Wales and Lanes, seizing arms and munitions, 65; back in London, 72; Morley tried to fire pistol at, 111.
-, concerned in plot of Fifth Monarchy men, 71; made Major General, 84.
-, army wants to make generalissimo, 74; coup d'etat by, 79; suppresses parliament, 80.
-, anonymous letter to, with offers for restoring king, 84; disposed to restore king, secretly treating with him, 91.
-, on Committee of Safety, likely to achieve supreme place, 86; sets out to meet Monk, 89; at Newcastle, 99.
-, copy of agreement with Monk's commissioners sent to, 93; to select commissioners to meet at Newcastle, 94; Monk proposes conference with deputies of, 99.
-, will favour house of Arundel, 96; agent for at Madrid, to treat, 104.
-, stationed at Newcastle with army, 105; two regiments of declare for parliament, 106; supporters in London set out to join, 107; Vane a supporter of, 110.
-, will do utmost to drive out parliament, 106–7; sends submissive letter to parliament, 108.
-, quarters at Whitehall alloted to Lawson, 110; only one to stand in Monk's way, 112; Rump proposed to use against Monk, 119.
-, risings in Yorkshire to protect against exactions of army of, 110; fear of outbreak of sectaries fomented by, 125; stirs up sectaries, 140.
-, ordered to proceed to country house and stay there, 110; council of state ordered to secure, 113; summoned to London to render account of actions, 119.
-, arrested and sent to Tower, 130; escapes, 139; recaptured, brought back to Tower, 141; confined in Tower, 231.
-, rising of Fifth Monarchy men fomented by, 231.
Lamoral, Claude, prince of Ligne, Ligni, prince of, 186.
-, chosen ambassador extraordinary to England, 162; expected soon, to conclude peace, 174, 183, 185.
-, will try to thwart Portugal, 177; not to leave London before Batteville arrives, 179; Mello distressed by arrival, 198.
-, preparing equipage in France, 185; warships sent to fetch, 191; delayed by weather, 194, 196.
-, public entry into London, 198; first audience, 201; about to return, 203; leave taking, 205.
-, mourning for Gloucester, 201; gave banquet to king and Court, 205.
-, Giavarina pays respects to, 201; departure, 207; reported parliament's claim to incorporate Dunkirk and Jamaica, 212.
-, Soissons making great efforts to surpass, 207, 218.
-, Charles said to be married to sister of, 248.
-, sisters of. See Clare Louise; Marie Louise.
Lancashire, Lancaster, county of:
-, royalists strong in, Cheshire rebels in correspondence with, 53; troops from, go to augment rebels at Chester, 55.
-, Lambert in pacifying, many arrests, 65; Lambert to secure all arms and munitions in, 65.
Languedoc, France, Charles travels to, 77n.
La Rochelle [Charente Inf., France], French recall help given by Charles I to, 44.
Lawson, Lauson, Lausson, John, Vice-Admiral:
-, Montagu to hand over fleet to, 26; sent to Sound to take, 27.
-, appointed to command squadron in narrow seas, 31n; takes parliament under protection and enters Thames, 105; can coerce London by stopping trade, 107.
-, parliament votes thanks to, 106; appointed member of council of state, 110; confirmed as Vice-Admiral, 121.
Leghorn [Prov. Livorno, Italy], 285.
-, news from, 43.
-, complaints from, against Stoakes, 78; Cromwell cultivated for sake of trade of, 289.
-, ships at Smyrna for, 154; ship sent from, to Naples, 225; Angel taking goods to, 233; Plymouth at, with Bendish, 298.
-, gondolas for Charles to be sent to, 290; ship at ready to take them, 302; danger of Venetian trade being diverted to, 308; two English ships for captured by Barbary corsairs, 309.
Lennox, duke of. See Stuart, Esmé.
Lenthall, Lentall, John, sent to Tower for forging great seal, 224.
-, Lental, William, Speaker of Long Parliament, President, 224.
army officers present resolution for recall of parliament to, proceeds to House in state, 20.
signs fresh commissions issued to officers, 33; signs credentials of deputies for the Sound, 40.
representations to city council, 57; signs letter to Venice about Arundel, 75–6.
Giavarina shows credentials to, 64; Giavarina protests to, against proposed manner of reception, 66–7; took copy of Bernardi's credentials to parliament, 71.
gets Bernardi to tell him about government of Genoa, 70; Lambert prevents entering House, 80.
declaration of gentlemen of Devon handed to, 112; directed to sign writs for new parliament, 121.
Monk given seat opposite, 115; presses Monk to sit, 116.
Leopard, state ship, in squadron for Mediterranean, 73n; Poole's flagship, 120n.
Leopold, the emperor, Caesar, 223.
-, electors manoeuvre to prevent helping Spaniards in Flanders, 10; receives important advices from Montecuculi, 55.
-, suggested wives for, 26; Charles ready to give sister to, as wife, 150, 241; Rupert may ask hand of Henrietta for, 203, 205.
-, French, English and Dutch insist on separating Denmark and Brandenburg from, 49; excluded from truces arranged with Denmark and Sweden, 55.
-, Charles may be moved by example to help Venice, 192, 206, 243; asks Charles for help against Turk, 241.
-, sends to congratulate Charles, 203, 241, 243; Charles has not informed of restoration, 214; Charles sends to inform, 241.
-, Rupert tied by service of, 205; Rupert may serve in war with Turks, 224; Rupert starts to serve in expected war, 284.
-, Porte enjoys confidential relations with, 256; avoids a diet, 307.
-, Giavarina will lose support of, through Collalto's death, 275; nominating a successor, 290.
-, may need troops in Hungary, 307; asks for troops in pay of Munster, 308.
-, Palatine offered horse to, 308.
Leopold William, archduke of Austria, governor of the Spanish Netherlands, treaty of Charles with, to restore conquests of Cromwell, 238.
-, proposed change in sending to Venice, 273, 280.
-, intercepted, because of London election, 275.
-, Bendish seeking to control trade of, 154; millions of silver louis circulating in, effort to stop, 247.
-, Montesarchio deprived of command for blunders in, 190.
-, Navigation Act governs import of goods from, 199.
-, law and custom of touching enemy goods on neutral ships, 233.
-, Frigate Madonna sailing to, 302.
-, Islands. See Ionian Islands.
-, Company, Turkey Company:
chooses new consul for Smyrna, 5; ships of, captured by Majorcans, 133, 186.
king informs of intention to make Winchelsea ambassador, 168; wishes to retain Bendish, 171; opposition to Winchelsea, 179; Winchelsea pledged to do nothing without approval, 212.
petitions king to retain Bendish, he insists, 180; bears entire cost of embassy to Porte, 217.
represented on council of trade, 200; Riley presents himself at Court of, 281n.
would oppose help for Venice against Turk, 216; importunes king of Spain for restitution of two ships, 257; claim of Bennet upon for charges concerning, 258n.
Leventhorp, Sir Thomas summoned to present himself, or declared traitor, 69.
Leverpul. See Liverpool.
-, Mello asks, of horse and foot, 134; granted, 140; Mello asks for, from disbanded soldiers, 205.
-, disbanding of army will make it easy to get, 144, 153, 187; Charles might grant, 178; Venice desires, 215, 222; no one will accept Venetian terms, 224.
-, Count Dillon offers to Venice, 189; scant attention paid to Mello's requests for, 301.
Leyen, Carl Caspar von der, archbishop elector of Treves, nuncio appeals to, to help emperor against Turks, 308.
-, most insulting, against old Protectorate officials, 22; unbridled licence of, 29, 38.
-, biting, issued by excluded members of parliament, 24.
-, two appear, advocating recall of king and attacking parliament, 29, 30.
-, demanding a lawful parliament, 56; many against the Rump, 84.
-, issued daily in London urging people to revolt, 59.
Lichfield, earl of. See Stuart, Charles.
Ligne, prince of. See Lamoral, Claude.
Lincoln, bishop of. See Sanderson, Robert.
Lion, English ship, captured off Majorca with property of Giavarina, 100.
Lisbon, Portugal, 253.
-, news from, 254, 261.
-, English ship captured on way to, 133; English ship from, with sugar, 234.
-, Inchiquin and son captured by Algerines when entering, 137; ship of, chased by Barbary corsairs and run aground, 263.
-, Mello about to start for, 140, 207, 211; secretary sent to, with treaties, 180.
-, sixty houses of English merchants at, 228; English ship from, at Genoa, with sugar, 308.
-, Winchelsea put in at, on way to Constantinople, 237; treats with king at, 247.
-, rejoicings in, at English alliance, 254; Mello returning to, 306.
-, brother of Venetian consul at, captured by corsairs, 309.
Lisle, John, ex-commissioner of the great seal, cited to appear, with others, 158n.
Liverpool, Leverpul, co. Lancs., rebels retired to, 61; surrenders to Lambert, 62.
Lockhart, Locart, Sir William, English ambassador in France and governor of Dunkirk:
-, sent to Paris to watch proceedings of Mazarin, 3, 10; confers with Mazarin, 6.
-, to tighten alliance if peace not made, and watch events if it is, 6.
-, pleads indisposition to Giustinian, 6; Giustinian visits, 7; remarks on peace and quarrel with Spain, 8.
-, reports can find out nothing about peace negotiations, 12; sees not only Mazarin but Haro, 67.
-, complimentary audience of their Majesties, discredits reports of disturbances, 16; back at Dunkirk, 26; confirmed as governor, 27.
-, government uncertain what line will take, 18; reported deal with Louis about Dunkirk, 21; returns to Dunkirk, 22; uncertainty as to action, 23.
-, back in London, announces adhesion to government, 26; government can count on, 28.
-, mayor of Dunkirk ready to obey again, 27; fortifying Dunkirk and Mardick against sudden attack, 30.
-, in London, confers with parliament, 33; returns to Dunkirk, to proceed to Paris, about peace, 36; sees Mazarin at Moret, 40.
-, narrow escape from Ostend privateers, 39; complains of Condé siding with Charles, 47.
-, long conference with Mazarin at Poitiers, referred to Brienne, 41; goes on to Bayonne to confer with Mazarin, 47, 52.
-, presents fresh credentials, assurances of friendship, 47; reports Mazarin's friendship unshaken, 98.
-, Haro shuts ears to suggestions for peace negotiations, 69; resists efforts for restoration of Dunkirk and Jamaica, 75.
-, admitted to negotiations at request of Mazarin, 75; very cold reception at conference, 77; Haro said to have treated courteously, 98; Haro received at Fuentarabia, 193.
-, supposed to be on way back to England, to report, 78; returns to Dunkirk, expected in England, 95.
-, believed to be ready to make fortune by selling Dunkirk, 93; sent back at once to Dunkirk, 98,100.
-, arrives in London, 120; staying on, uncertainty about, 122.
-, treating to give Dunkirk to Spaniards, 147; his bargain with French, 148; removed from Dunkirk, 159.
Lomenie, Henri Auguste de, comte de Brienne, French secretary of state, Mazarin refers Lockhart to, 41; speaks of treatment of Bordeaux, 163; resentment about, 163.
London, 49, 83, 152, 154, 181, 253, 270, 299.
-, despatches dated at, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29, 32, 34, 36, 40–1, 43, 46–8, 52, 55, 58, 61, 64, 66–7, 70–1, 74–5, 78, 81, 85, 87, 90, 93, 95, 98, 100–2, 104, 106, 108–9, 111, 113, 115, 118, 120, 123, 127, 130, 132, 134, 136–7, 139, 140, 142, 144, 147, 150, 152, 156, 158–9, 162, 165, 169, 171, 175, 178, 180, 182, 184–5, 189, 192, 195–6, 199, 202, 204, 206, 208, 211, 213, 215, 217, 219, 221, 225, 227, 229, 232, 236, 238, 240, 243, 245–6, 249, 256, 260, 263, 267, 273, 275, 277, 279, 285, 287, 290, 293, 298, 302, 305, 307.
-, letters dated at, 175, 250.
-, letters from, 96.
-, Correr lived in house of Winchelsea at, 269.
-,-, royalists from Flanders holding meetings near, 8; great alarm in, 11; couriers stopped to prevent reports of disorders in, 13; Lockhart speaks of disturbances in, 16.
-,-, search expected in, 9; soldiers search houses in, 20–1; arms stored in seized, 28; 28; search in, 42.
-,-, officers forbidden to return to, 11; Falconbrige leaves for country, 12; Richard may have residence assigned in, 17.
-,-, devising methods of defence, 14; petition for parliament presented from, 29; orders for new militia in, 44, 47; petitions against, 47.
-,-, proclamation expelling Catholics and royalists from, 15; patrolled by troops day and night, 48.
-,-, members of long parliament already in, 17; members in gather for parliament, 20.
-,-, Lockhart sends submission to, 26; Henry Cromwell summoned to, 33; Henry Cromwell comes to, 46.
-,-, person from Brussels in, to treat, 28; not altogether hostile to king, 54.
-,-, Lockhart comes to, 33; Rosenwing to remain in, 36; Lambert returning to, 68, 71; Montagu expected in, 69; Lambert reaches, 72.
-,-, wine from Dutch ships sold secretly in, 34; three regiments from Dunkirk quartered in, 57.
-,-, parliament orders return of members to, 50; guards of, augmented, 53; denuded of troops, rising possible in, 54.
-,-, all those ill affected to government have left, 51; fabricated news issued to keep people friendly, 53.
-,-, Mordaunt hoped to induce government to relax precautions in, 52; parliament not a little afraid of, 53, 59, 72; newly enrolled militia to serve as guard for, 57.
-,-, wounded soldiers brought to, 56, 60; libels issued in urging revolt, 59; prevented from rising by precautions taken, 62.
-,-, interference about mayor, infringement of privileges, 71–2; parliament allows to be free to choose mayor, 74.
-,-, lord Faucombrige sent to, 71; Arundel to be sent to, 87–8; Lockhart expected in, 95.
-,-, day of fast ordained for, 75; some citizens of, on Committee of Safety, 86.
-,-, Lambert busy in, encouraging his men, sets guards in, 80; army posts guards at gates of, 92.
-,-, Monk sends officers to, to negotiate settlement, 92–3; not pleased with decree of council of officers, 105.
-,-, absolutely refuses a loan, 95; royalists out in some parishes, easily suppressed, 106.
-,-, meeting of officers at postponed, 97; Fleetwood trying to reconcile army and, 103.
-,-, regiments sent to patrol, scuffle with apprentices, 101; army keeping strict guard in, 102–3.
-,-, minds of leaders in divided, but common people at one, 101; issues manifesto expressing desire for parliament, 105; regiments in and about declare for parliament, 106.
-,-, no declaration about parliament but Lawson can coerce, 107–9; will not make any declarations till Monk comes, 112.
-,-, preparing petition to parliament, 107; petition of, for free parliament, 110; demand for, 112, 116.
-,-, Lambert does not venture to come to, 108; Lambert and others ordered to keep away from, 110.
-,-, Monk expected in, 111; parliament does not want Monk to come to, with forces, 112; Monk enters, 114.
-,-, disorder feared in, patrolled all night, 112; troops removed from to make room for Monk's, 115; mutinous soldiers leave, some brought back to be punished, 117.
-,-, Monk wishes to have all his forces in, 115; Monk enters to overawe, 116; severe treatment of, 116–7.
-,-, feared sack of, 117; remonstrance to Monk for violence to, 118; rejoicings in at Monk's demand for parliament, 119; gates etc. replaced, 122.
-,-, Monk takes up quarters in, 119; Monk disarms all sectaries found in, 119; plot for rising of sectaries in thwarted, 125.
-,-, conference in, with members of parliament, 121; parliament asks for loan, 122, 127; offers 60,000l. but withdraws, 127; makes advance for amount of tax payable by, 130; grants loan for king's return, 143; money sent, 147.
-,-, rejoicings in at deletion of inscription against Charles I, 132; fervent desire of, for king's return, 136; rejoicings over return, 143.
-,-, Catholics and royalists ordered out of, 134.
-,-, invites Monk and Council to reside in, for safety, 134; attending to militia, expecting auxiliary forces, 135, 137; muster of militia, 141.
-,-, search in and weapons seized, 134; deputies of showed king Mazarin's letters, 167.
-,-, decision to recall king, 145; deputies sent to greet king, 146, 150, 163; preparations for king's reception, 151.
-,-, king proclaimed in, 145; rejoicings over, 146; king enters in state, 155, 162, 180.
-,-, ships at Constantinople for, 154; marquis Conflans sent to, 167, 174.
-,-, rejoicings in, at king's return, 155–6; celebration of king's return in, 168.
-,-, king, council and parliament entertained by, 170; parliament asks for loan, 187.
-,-, preparations for queen's return to, 177.
-,-, Alefelt arrives in, 187; prince de Ligne enters amid acclamations, 198; princess of Orange expected in, 199; Rupert arrives in, 204.
-,-, peace with Spain to be published in, 192; Batteville arrives in, 201; Soissons enters, by water, 213.
-,-, York returns to, 201; Dillon away from, 211; queen and princess Henrietta expected in, 214; their arrival in, 215, 219.
-,-, Ruvigny to stay at, to help Soissons, 209; Mazarin has confidential agent in, 225.
-,-, king left every time regicide executed, 209; not desirable for king to leave for long, 223.
-,-, demonstration to greet queen, 215; disbanded soldiers banished from, 230.
-,-, council of trade will benefit, 227; Bendish leaving for, 234.
-,-, Bennet says gold the only thing that counts in, 227; Fifth Monarchy plot in, guards set about, 229; houses searched, 230, 240.
-,-, Bennet returning to, 237; king returns to, 240; king's distress about riots in, 242.
-,-, York detained in by indisposition, 237; Guasconi arrives in, 243.
-,-, suppression of Fifth Monarchist rising in, 239; reported to have set fire to, 240.
-,-, Spaniards fear riots in may turn Charles to Portuguese match, 241; Mello returning to, 243, 246; Mello arrives in, 248.
-,-, quarters of rebels set on gates of, 244; crowd approves hanging of Cromwell etc., 246.
-,-, equipping eight ships for fleet, 246; Plymouth returning to, with Bendish, 251, 256.
-,-, feluccas sent to, from Naples, 250; foreign ministers arriving in, 260, 273.
-,-, Spaniards send letters of credit to, to bribe ministers, 261, 273, 276; Spaniards ready to send dowry of Parma princess to, 263.
-,-, Winchelsea asked not to write to about Barbary corsairs, 268; Riley returning to, 281.
-,-, members chosen for displeasing to Court, 272, 275, 277; Bristol returning to for parliament, 285, 288, 293.
-,-, Prince of Parma in, 275; Thiepolo and Vidman arrive in, 277.
-,-, Salviati leaves, 277; Bennet returns to, 289; Batteville said to have left, 303.
-,-, Court back at for installation of knights of Bath, 284; decorations, king's progress through before coronation, 286.
-,-, king leaving, for progress, 297, 307; Montagu leaves, for fleet, 306.
-,-, beating up recruits in, for Dunkirk, 301.
-, places in and near:
Charing Cross, regicides executed at, 207n.
Cheapside, covenant burned at, 301.
Doctor's Commons, 37.
royal statues in, 132; another statue of Charles I for, 137.
statue of Monk to be erected in, 137; covenant burned at, 301.
Guildhall, troops sent to occupy and guard, 57; Monk enters forcibly, 116; closed, 117.
Guildhall Yard, “Three Tuns,” Monk takes up quarters at, 117.
Hicks Hall, regicides arraigned at, 207n.
Hyde Park, review of militia in, 141; review of guards in, 286; review of all London forces in, 293.
St. Botolph, Aldgate, Crofton preaches disloyal sermon at, 275.
St. James, Monk takes up quarters at, 121; made ready for king, 148; princess Henrietta withdraws to, 231n.
-, park, king having canal dug in, craft for, 208, 225.
Somerset House, decision to sell, 25; put in repair, 148, 159.
store of arms seized and sent to, 28; lady Mary Howard sent to, 53; Booth committed to, 62; proposed to send Lambert to, 74, 79; Lambert would be sent to, 108.
guns fired for Lambert's victory, 62.
lords released from, by committee of safety, 90; Salway sent to, 113.
Fitch removed from, Miller put in command, 104; commissioners appointed to govern, 106; Morley made governor of, 111.
petitioners for parliament committed to, 114; city councillors sent to, 116.
Booth and other prisoners released from, 122; some members of parliament sent to, 134.
sectaries arrested and sent to, 125; Lambert sent to, 130; Lambert escapes from, 139, 140; Lambert brought back to, 141; Lambert confined in, 231.
garrison of changed, 139; Robinson made lieutenant of, 170.
guns fired, for restoration of king, 143; at his proclamation, 146; for his return, 168.
Argyle, Antrim, Heselrig and Vane sent to, 173; John Lenthall sent to, 224; Overton sent to, 231.
Fifth Monarchy men proposed to surprise, 237; Crofton and other malcontents sent to, 275; preparation at, for coronation, 286.
-, lieutenant of. See Barkstead, Sir John; Fitch, Thomas; Miller, Lt. Col. John; Morley, Col. Herbert; Robinson, John.
Tower Hill, Monk's regiment reengaged at, 255.
Tyburn, bodies of Cromwell and others hanged at, 226, 246.
Wallingford house, Fleetwood's house, meetings of officers at, 14, 86; Monk's commissioners see Fleetwood at, 93.
Whitehall, 71, 193.
papers dated at, 184, 189, 192, 288.
fears of mutiny among troops at, 11; Richard living at, like a prisoner, 12, 14; Richard has to leave, 46.
furniture of seized, to be sold, 22; decision to sell palace, 25.
members of parliament unwilling to take permanent quarters at, 45; Council continues to sit at, 83.
Lambert meets supporters at, 80; council of officers sitting at, 103, 105.
apartments preparing for Monk at, 109, 112; Monk proceeds to, 114–5, 117, 118; Monk moves from, 121.
Lambert's quarters at allotted to Lawson, 110.
made ready for king, 148; king takes up quarters at, 155.
Cromwell's effigy hung from window of, 162; guards at increased, 173; guards set about, 229.
king and York at with princess of Orange, 204; prepared for queen's reception, 214; princess dies at, 235.
Mello secures public audience at, 211; York and duchess to live together at, 228.
sectaries proposed to massacre royal family in, 237; king's progress to, through city, from Tower, 286; king's procession from, to open parliament, 291.
Worcester House in the Strand, 228.
-, aldermen of:
Lenthall represents state of affairs to, 57; parliament refused access to, 74; at banquet with members of parliament, 77,
will assert right to nominate mayor, 72; Monk has arrested, 116.
attended king's proclamation, 146; king asks mayor to reinstate those deprived, 203.
-, bishop of. See Juxon, William; Sheldon, Gilbert.
-, common council of:
proposal to assemble and declare for free parliament, 57; likely to object to continuation of Ireton as mayor, 71; representations against, 72, 74.
entertains parliament at banquet, 77; parliament asks to send militia for defence, 80.
divided, part for army and part for parliament, 92; sends to Monk to ask opinion, 109.
letter of Monk to, justifying action, 97; suspected a forgery, 99.
petitions forming to, 101; considering one for free parliament, 101, 103.
members of, sent to Tower, 116; parliament annuls and orders new, 118; set up again, 122.
Monk prevents sitting, 117; Grenville brings letter from king for, 142–3; decides on obedience, replaces royal insignia, 143.
chooses members displeasing to Court, 272; discussion in over stoppage of letters, 275.
-, companies, guilds, entertainments got up by, for coronation, 286.
-, lord mayor of, day for choosing, 203.
-, -, See Alleyn, Thomas; Brown, Sir Richard; Ireton, Alderman John.
-, sword bearer of. See Man, William.
-, trained bands. See militia, the London.
London, royal navy, queen sails in, runs aground, 242.
“Long Parliament Revived,” condemned to be burned, author punished, 224.
Lords, House of, Upper House, house of peers:
-, Commons have reason to settle question of, 1; question of, postponed, 4; Commons decide to treat with as house of parliament, 6; how this to be done, 9.
-, vote prohibiting officers meeting lacks confirmation of, 11.
-, army officers decide against, 103, 105; Rump tries to shut out, 119.
-, decision to convoke with convention, 131; certain to meet when parliament opens, 133; meets, chooses president and officers, 141; entertained by city, 170.
-, nominates deputies to greet king, 146; king received in state in, and passes bills, 158.
-, dispute with Commons about privilege, 157.
-, will not agree to action against Catholics, 157; bill for enforcing penal laws left dormant in, 221.
-, king recommends despatch with bill of indemnity, 158, 182–3; debating act, increasing exceptions, 179; all week over bill, making fresh exceptions, 183; sends bill back to Commons, 187.
-, amendments to indemnity bill discussed in Commons, 187; will not give way, 190.
-, dispute in, over incorporation of Dunkirk and Jamaica, 200; votes restoration of dukedom of Norfolk to Howards, 220, 226.
-, Hyde promoted to, to prevent Commons interfering, 229; king goes to and dissolves parliament, 237; king goes to, to open parliament, 291.
-, President of. See Montagu, Edward, earl of Manchester.
Loreto [Prov. Ancona, Italy], Digby going to visit Casa Santa at, 248.
Louis XIII, king of France, dowry given by when married sisters, 253.
Louis XIV, king of France, the Most Christian, 147, 165.
-, offers mediation between northern kings, 2; Lockhart said to have made arrangement with, for Dunkirk, 21.
-, cannot venture to offend la Meilleraie, 2; Bordeaux waiting for fresh credentials from, 26.
-, Lockhart has audience of, replies with generalities, 16; Lockhart presents fresh credentials to, 47.
-, Lockhart to assure of friendship of parliament, 36; Venetian embassy to, about peace, 69; friendly relations with English government, 77.
-, busily arming at Toulon, 127; ready to help Charles with men and money, 129; help of, for Venice, 206.
-, contradictory reports of attitude about Bordeaux, 169; said to be offended about, 173; Crofts explains to, satisfied, 178, 183.
-, surprise at not sending congratulations, 177; Crofts to congratulate on marriage and peace, 191.
-, Jermyn to pay respects to, 181; chooses Soissons as ambassador to England, 203; Jermyn going as ambassador to, 242.
-, approves of brother's request for Henrietta, 196; dowry for Henrietta not adequate to dignity of, 253; present at wedding, 274.
-, imposes tax on English ships entering French ports, 199; remonstrates with Jermyn about behaviour of Dunkirk garrison, 299, 306.
-, sends condolences for princess of Orange and congratulations on York's marriage, 249; condolences sent to, for Mazarin, 263.
-, Mazarin leaves jewels to, 252; dowry given to, with Infanta, 262–3.
-, asked for ruling about coaches at ambassador's entry, 264; Jermyn to inform about Charles's marriage, 294; Jermyn sees in private, 309.
Love, William, a Leveller, returned to parliament for London, 272.
Lower House. See Commons, House of.
Lubeck, German Empire, letters of credence from, 36n.
Ludlow, Ludlou, Edmund, signs notification to foreign ministers, 22; sent to Ireland to command all the forces, 46; made joint lieutenant general, 79.
Luis, Luigi, Don. See Haro, Don Luis de.
Lupagoli, Francesco, confidant of Ballarino at Smyrna, 154.
Lyon [Rhone, France], Venetian despatches go by, 69; Charles went to Spain by, 77n.